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  2. ROACH'S BABIES.

    Further proceedings took place before the Chief Justice to-day in reference to the alleged kidnapping of the two young children. Arthur Thomas and ...

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  3. A STRANGE STORY

    Some strange titles of the sea reach the Customs authorities at times, but one of the most extraordinary related for years is that which was told at the Custom House this morning by a ...

    Article : 437 words
  4. THE S.S. DESPATCH

    The s.s. Despatch, belonging to Messrs Huddart, Parker and Co., attempted to come in at Lakes' Entrance at 11 o'clock to-day, and met with an ...

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  5. EMMA WILLIAMS

    Mary Wilson, married woman, residing at 105 street. remembered seeing prisoner at the beginning of the year, Witness agreed to look after the child on ...

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  6. A REVIVAL.

    Mr Duffy resumed his arguments after the luncheon adjournment. He continued his argument as to the difference between statements of ...

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  7. LATE CABLES.

    Three Portuguese men-of-war have been despatched to Goa, one of the foreign possessions of that country, on the west coast of India, to strengthen ...

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  8. LATE CABLES.

    Enquiries at the Foreign Office have elicited the statement that France has given no intimation of her intention to abrogate the convention between ...

    Article : 156 words
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  10. VICTORIA'S HONEY

    In consequence of the statement being made by the salesmen that the honey taken to London from Victoria by the steamer Damascus, wits impure, ...

    Article : 60 words
  11. FROM YESTERDAY'S LATE EDITIONS.

    The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Railways will meet to-morrow to arrange for a visit of inspection to the Glenrowan to Hedi line. ...

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  12. PLOTTERS BAFFLED.

    Great alarm has been created in Constantinople by the discovery of a plot to destroy the palace of the Sultan on ...

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  13. TREWEEK'S INSOLVENCY

    This morning, at the City Court. John Stephen Treweek. of Brighton, draper and Charles William Gray, and John Gray, of William street, Melbourne, ...

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  14. CATTLE EXPORT.

    Further sales of the bullocks Imported from Sydney by the steamer Southern Cross, have been effected at 2s 11d per stone. ...

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  15. A CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH.

    On the 26th of June last a football match between the police and tramway employes and sports gathering took place at the Melbourne Cricket ...

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  16. OUR MAGISTRACY.

    Mr. W. J. Lormer this morning handed to the So[?]citor-General, personally, his reply to the letter sent to him, asking his explanation of the attack he made ...

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  17. HEADS THE LIST.

    Mr. W. P. Morris, of Wanganui, New Zealand, has passed the Indian Covenanted Civil Service examination, with great credit. ...

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  18. BRIEF MENTION.

    Thomas Dullard, 44 years of age, and his wife, Mary Dullard, 40 years, were found yesterday afternoon by Mrs Kimberley, wife of the Mayor of ...

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  19. VIVE LA FRANCE!

    Intelligence has been received from Madagascar in Paris of a great victory gained by the French troops. Thu column under General Duchesne ...

    Article : 78 words
  20. SHOCKING CRUELTY

    This morning, at the Flemington Court, Richard Par[?]nn, a slaughterman, was charged, on the information of John Robertson, Superintendent at the City ...

    Article : 460 words
  21. NEW OPERATIC STAR.

    Mr George Mangrove, of the firm of Williamson and Musgrove, lessees of the Princess's Theatre, Melbourne, and the Lyceum Theatre in Sydney, has ...

    Article : 126 words
  22. A PROFESSOR CHARGED

    A great deal of interest was taken in the case of Professor Howard Freeman, charged at the police court here to-day with wilful murder. The death ...

    Article : 242 words
  23. VETERINARY SURGEONS.

    A deputation from the Veterinary Surgeons of Victoria was received by Mr Foster to-day in the absence of the Minister of Agriculture. The ...

    Article : 190 words
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  25. ON THE BULL'S EYE.

    Tho Queensland rifle Association meeting was continued to-day. In the Vice-Presidents' match Capt. Leggatt, of New South Wales, made ...

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  26. SYDNEY MATTERS

    At the meeting of the Executive Council this morning, Sir George Dlbbs' nomination as managing trustee of the Savings Bank of New South Wales was ...

    Article : 87 words
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